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My name is Sandy Aaron and I am the proud local owner and operator of Pet Butler.
Our team continues to grow!
We have expanded throughout the Valley and it is not rare that you see our trucks on the road every day!

What do we do?
Pet Butler provides pet waste cleanup service to homes, apartment communities, HOAs, condos, townhomes, and dog parks in Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, South Phoenix and Central Phoenix. 
We are strong supporters of Pet Rescue by way of service volunteering and financial support.  You can visit our table at many pet events all year around, most notable in the East Valley is the ever popular Woof Stock in October and the Gilbert Dog Days  just to point out a couple. After a 20-year career as a Computer Support Administrator, I wanted to find an opportunity where I could work directly in and with the community.  I found Pet Butler and was immediately drawn to its values and core system.  The idea of working outdoors, being around animals, and providing such a necessary service was just what I was looking for!
Who hires Pet Waste Services?
Well…….people that have large or small yards. Mostly because they are too busy to clean up themselves. Elderly folks who own pets bur are not able to clean daily or even weekly, disabled pet owners, people who are recovering from their own surgery or recovering from an illness at home, Apartment Complexes, and so many more!

Dangerous Dog Doo!
Dog waste left in a yard or park is not only unsightly, but also poses many health risks, not only to other dogs but to people too! Intestinal Parasites, (Roundworms and Hookworms can be transmitted from dog or cat to human), the contagious Parvo Enteritis (fecal/oral, dog to dog) Parvo can be transmitted as easy as a fly landing on the feces of an infected dog and carrying it into yards around the block) and we all know flies love dog waste!
Have you ever lived next to a neighbor that did not clean up their yard? Not pretty when the wind is blowing!

So who is Sandy?
 I have lived in Gilbert for 19 years now.  I have been involved in many different aspects of community service.  I am a strong believer in getting involved in our communities. I enjoy networking with other small businesses and particularly love being part of Az Pet Professionals because we meet on a regular basis and know each other personally.
Last year in October Az Pet Professionals held their first ever “Yappy Hour” at Uncle Bear’s Grill and Bar in Chandler. A pet friendly patio where folks can bring their socially friendly pets to mingle. It was a chance for all the Az Pet Professionals to get together and mingle with pet owners. We are hoping to be able to participate in more Yappy Hours this Fall so we can meet pet owners personally. I’d love to tell you more about my business personally!

 So if you’ve got “Pet Poop”, give us a call so we can show you why we are #1 in the #2 business!  Feel free to contact me directly at 480-600-6139.
Thank you! Sandy Aaron, proud owner of Pet Butler.

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